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attack by terrorists. >> reporter: in this part of india, hardest hit in eight year, worst since the siege by pakistani militants and other locations in the city, leaving nearly 170 people here dead after days of terror. many here haven't felt secure since. and mumbai is once again on high alert. there's no indication the pakistanis have played role. they've condemned the bombing. the two countries have started talking about their differences since the 2008 attacks. back to you. >> michelle kosinski. and joined by executive editor of "the bloomberg view." usually, you have to say that, usually a terrorist attack in india, they come out and say, it was pakistani group, number one. you didn't see that this time. really no evidence of that? >> right. it's worth remembering, india is a country of a billion people, and in the split that occurred originally back in the '40s between india and pakistan, a couple hundred muslims live inside -- >> millions. that's okay. >> live inside india and there are extremist groups with india as opposed to pakistani base that go over to india respons
condemned the bomb attacks in india earlier today offering the nation's condolences and saying the united states government will continue to monitor the situation. at least 21 people were killed and 113 injured after three bomb blasts rocked the financial capital of mumbai. officials say one attack came in the crowded neighborhood in the center of the city and in the jewelry market and an area near the opera house. the attacks happened at a time when tensions are high between the u.s. and india's ah enemy pakistan. reza, what is the strategy of multiple bombs in multiple locations? tell us about both the motive and the likely perpetrators of these attacks. >> well, it certainly bears the hallmarks of a group like lashkar-e-taiba, of course, the group responsible for the devastating 2008 attack on mumbai. at the same time, i think investigators are saying that the relatively small scale of this attack and the fact that the bombs were rather crude. there were actually ieds, martin, incates that it could be an indigenous terror organization, an organization known as the indian mujahadin whic
. we live in a worldwide economy. the competition is no longer down the block. it's china, india and places like that. just listening to the discussion this morning, listening to the different points of view, you expand the different points of view, put them in a polarized poisonous, toxic atmosphere, congress, and it's governing. we can't govern ourselves. is this country ungovernable? it's the question in our minds and the minds of a lot of young people. where are we going as a nation. they go to washington and behave like clowns. that's a huge, huge problem. >> mike's point is spot on. even pat is saying we have a different philosophy on governing. when obama was elected he made promises. after that, he said he would close guantanamo bay. then he saw the information. after the elections, democrats said we would not extend the bush tax cuts, we did it. with larger deal around don't ask don't tell. i think it's important for politicians and those elected to want to govern and be bigger than the moment. remember, peter asked the most important question at the beginning, the real
the names and addresses on petitions were sent to other countries. including india. >> who know what is they did with it. >> that radio ad is from californians against identity theft. they are warning the public about -- keep some issues away from voters like antiunion measures. >> what you are being asked to sign is your name and address. for many people that is in the phone book already. >> the man behind the ads say they are designed to stop antiunion initiatives. >>> u.s. immigration immigrants have raid the the university of northern virginia. northern virginia is an unaccredited for profit college with mostly students from india. the school has 30 days to conform with federal rules over student visas. no one has been arrested. and northern virginia remains open. >>> last january immigration agents rated a school that had a similar business model. the government called trivalley university sham university. authorities accused schools admitting foreign students and collecting tuition while not requiring them to attend classes. the school was shut down over allegations of visa fra
a growth mode coming out, like many of our trading partners, like china,ike brazil, like russia, like india, not us. now we are talking about a recession. this is the first time it's been on the table. this is a recession caused by government. it is not caused by businesspeople. they want to build, they want to lend, they want to do anything possible to avoid this recession. the second half, we will be in recession if this is not resolved. recession means many fewer jobs, means far few taxes received, trillions dollars lost, i.r.a. and 401(k), trillions lost in job creation. i'm hearing about little amounts being saved here versus what will be lost in the next six months if this is not resolved. >> congressman, you've talked about something that is fundamental to this impasse, and i want to show it on the screen, because some polling indicates what americans oppose and what they support. this is what americans are for, if you look at the numbers. balanced budget amendment, which you supported. 74% of respondents. the cut, cap and balance amendment, with the spending caps and the like. but t
india. now the top court is ordering a curator to protect and preserve the underground treasure controversy. >> reporter: this is in southern india. it's a hindu temple that many extraordinarily popular. one local lawyer worried about the security. he filed a claim and they brought in a new security team. made a sweep, and what did they find? they find six vaults that have not been opened since the 16th century. when they opened up those vaults, what does it looks like? it has bags of diamond. 18-foot gold necklace. 42 pieces of precious gems and statues of gods and goddesses. those gods and goddesses were encrusted in diamond. so far five of the sick vaults have been opened up. the early estimate saying this thing could be anywhere from $22 billion to $220 billion. some of those people there believe that all that should go to the government. they should take that money and help the people who are poor in india. others say do not give it to the government. we should make that a museum. and apparently the indian supreme court decided that's exactly what they should do with it. so
whether you are in africa, china, india, or others. the bigger picture here is a combination of dealing with the substantive challenges that the u.s. and europe places, but also a sense about what role they will play in shaping this future international system that has some incredible opportunities. what does not have to look at doom and gloom in this. africa is going on average about 5% for a decade. there are lots of opportunities there. private capital is going there. china has gone 9.9% in 30 years. there are great opportunities, but there -- but they have to be seized. we got to figure out how developed and emerging markets work together in a different way than they did in the past. >> bob, another news item that is getting a lot of justified attention is the food crisis in eastern africa where 11 million people are at risk in the current drought. i know the world bank is taking immediate action in the crisis. what can be done to address the longer-term food problem in developing countries? >> well, again, there is the danger an opportunity with this. the opportunity is that if we
today in india's west bengal province. at least one person was killed. india's railway system has a very bad safety record. just three weeks ago another train wreck killed more than 60 people. >>> there are reports of new ethnic violence in china in the northwestern city of kashi. the chinese state news agency reports an explosion killed three people, knifing killed seven more, and police apparently shot and killed four more people. there are long running ethnic tensions in the region between the uighur muslims and han chinese. >>> president barack obama is calling the situation in syria, quote, horrifying. government tanks stormed the city of hama today. syrian dissidents say at least 50 people were killed in hama and at least 21 other people were killed in other parts of the country. >>> some israelis are protesting the high cost of keeping a roof over their heads. demonstrators are camping out in tent cities right in the middle of major cities. as cnn's kevin flower reports, the government has taken notice. >> reporter: it looks like your standard campground. rows of pitched tents pro
.s. troops this year. the remaining 23,000 will leave by september of next year. in india, investigators in mumbai searched for clues in wednesday's triple bombing that killed 17 people and wounded 130 more. others demanded answers to how the city was attacked again, despite stepped-up security. we have a report narrated by john sparks of "independent television news." >> reporter: there was no warning. placed in the streets of mumbai the aftermath of one blast, a few hours later detectives began their investigation. a series of bombs detonated in rapid succession. this not the work of suicide bombers said the police. these were sophisticated devices triggered by timers. these the first attacks here since gunmen from pakistan laid siege to the city in 2008. the authorities were taken by surprise. nobody has claimed responsibility for the attacks, although security experts say a domestic group-- the indian mughadeen are prime suspects. few here can see the point of it. "what do we tell our children," said this man. "they think these adults are mad." why kill innocent people? tonight, secu
it appeared most, if not all of the passengers were travelers from india. >>> right now there is also a crash investigation under way in dickerson, montgomery county. a car crashed and burst into flames along mt. ephraim road. the crash killed the driver. no one else was in the car. >>> police are asking for help from anyone who may have seen who shot a teen overnight. the 14-year-old was shot in the in neck near the intersection of stanton road and alabama southeast. the teen seems to have suffered a graze wound but is not cooperating with investigators. if you have any information about this incident, you are asked to call police. >>> this morning former editor of "news of the world" rebecca brooks is out of jail. meanwhile scotland yard's top cop resigned amid the phone hacking scandal in great britain. the head of the london police department, sir paul stevenson, resigned. he quit under intense pressure after it was revealed that scotland yard hired a former editor as a media consultant. that editor has also been arrested in connection with the scandal. >> i and the people who know me kno
, leaving a comment. heather: research for suspects going on in india right now, security forces are sifting through evidence from yesterday's triple bombing that rocked the country's financial capitol of mumbai. a top government minister says that investigators are looking into every known hostile group, but so far, no arrest. national correspondent catherine herridge is following this story from washington and has the very latest. >> reporter: this morning, indian officials say they have no claim of responsibility, they have no serious investigative leads, and also that there was no intelligence warning that the attack would take place. meanwhile u.s. officials here in washington described this attack as, quote, coordinated and bearing the hallmarks of a coughis saitd operation. they say muhajadeen is suspect but they are poorly organized and had help possibly from pakistani intelligence. >> with a dramatic attack like this obviously coordinated over three location, it took money and it took planning, and that always raises the speckter of the isi in pakistan. >> this morning, new evidence
's the real thing. keeping counterfeits off the shelves. in places like the u.s... tanzania... and india. smarter medicine is safer medicine. that's what i'm working on. i'm an ibmer. let's build a smarter planet. >> schieffer:. >> and joining us now, senator >> schieffer:and joining us now, senator marco rubio who is in miami this morning, senator, of course, you are one of the first candidates to win who had the backing of the tea party. you are not part of the tea party caucus in washington, but you do know the thinking of -- thinking of a lot of people on that side of the street. i want to ask you, do you take seriously these dire warnings that the administration is putting out about what will happen if we don't make this deadline on august 2nd? >> well, certainly the debt limit is an issue but i think the bigger issue here is the debt and i think what troubles me, bob, no one is focusing on the real problem here, the real problem here is not the debt limit, the real problem here is the debt, and a lack of a credible plan to deal with the debt. and it is not me saying it the rating h
in india and attacked six people. according to reports, people were forced to climb on roof tops as officers chased the animal. the leopard was shot and killed after several attempts to tranquilize it. unbelievable picture there. and american airlines announcing a plan today to replace its fleet with hundreds of newly leased planes from boeing and air bus. its parent company, amr corp says it's ordered 460 single-aisle jets from from the manufacturers. >> rupert murdoch's wife is under atta the focus after a shaving cream attack. and we're going to tell you about changes that are in the works for body scanners right now. in cyber attacks. in financial transactions... in cyber attacks. on devices... in social interactions... and applications in the cloud. some companies are worried. some, not so much. thanks to a network that secures it all and knows what to keep in, and what to keep out. outsmart the threats. see how at cisco.com cisco. oh, we call it the bundler. let's say you need home and auto insurance. you give us your information once, online... [ whirring and beeping ] [ d
's a signal of things to come. china's orders are up 32% in the second quarter. by the way, india 91%. >> bob hasn't uttered a word. what's wrong, bob? >> i've been put in a time-out by the producers. >> for what? >> for nothing. i'm not going to say it. i didn't do and -- you know, it's tough enough -- by the way, if you email the show, could someone say, bob, you're outnumbered 4-1, and even though we don't like you, we think it's fair. >> bob, there are positive emails. i get positive emails all the time saying how much they love you, how much they -- actually got one today. we got one today. >> that's good, for the 15,000 you got, that's a good number. >> and it was from alan cohen. >> virtually every major international congress has sent jobs to china -- international corporation has sent jobs to china. >> not the czar of the president's job council. >> we've got a 35% corporate tax rate, the highest in the world. this is why so many of these companies are going overseas, creating jobs overseas, and not bringing the money back to the united states. >> i just have to figure out -- please,
passengers who were visiting from india. 35 were injured, 3 of them seriously. police say there's no evidence that excess speed, alcohol or driver fatigue had anything to do with this crash. >>> we have a developing story. the whistle blower in the u.k. hacking scandal has been found dead in his home near london. police do not suspect foul play, however, at this point. sean hor was a former "show biz" reporter at "news of the world" but was fired from the paper for substance abuse issues. he told the "new york times" last year that his former boss, an andy kolson to hack voice mails. he went on to become spokesman for david cameron. kolson was arrested in connection with the hacking probe. >>> the debt limit deadline is two weeks away now, and still no deal. house republicans plan to vote this week on a balanced budget amendment that includes spending cuts, but no tax hikes. president obama says he will veto it. and senate majority leader harry reid says his chamber will work through the weekend, and beyond, to come up with a workable deal. >>> part of pepco's plan to offer better service is
southeast of rochester. it was carrying passengers visiting from india. 35 were injured. the identities of the two killed have not been released. police say there is no evidence that excess speed, alcohol or driver fatigue had anything to do with this crash. >>> there are only two weeks to go before the government hits the debt ceiling. previously authorized by congress, there is no deal in place yet to prevent the government from hitting that limit. instead of round-the-clock negotiations, a series of votes is taking place this week in congress. some critics call the votes meaningless, since they are for plans that will not pass. yet the president says he's optimistic. steve handelsman has more. >> reporter: he still wants a big budget agreement to avoid default, and president obama today was upbeat. >> any progress? >> we're making progress. >> reporter: making progress. his treasury secretary agreed. >> absolutely. you know, despite what you hear, and this is a complicated place, washington, people are moving closer together. >> reporter: but to emphasize their differences with democ
crash in india. reports say at least 21 people are dead. more than 100 others hurt after an express train derailed near the city of lucknow in northern india. the train was on its way to new delhi from calcutta when the 12 cars flew off the tracks. no word what caused this. a helicopter crash in tennessee kills two members of the state's national guard and crashed near caryville and knocked out power to thousands of residents and no word what caused that crash. the pilots were in a type of helicopter, called the kiowa helicopter and it's already the subject of a lawsuit over an apartment faulty control system and fighter jets intercept two civilian planes, here we go again near camp david where president obama is staying and the incident happened at separate times. both were escorted to nearby airports without any problems and authorities said the first plane didn't r radio communications and no word why the other plane, a cessna was so close. the third and fourth time that civilian planes approached the retreat. funeral details for former first lady betty ford have been announced.
itself is basically a troublesome prospect, whether you are in africa or china or india or others. so the bigger picture is a combination of dealing with the substantive challenges that the u.s. and europe and japan face, but also a sense about what role they would play in shaping this future international system that does, as everybody here working on development knows, have some incredible opportunities. one does not have to look at gloom and doom in this. africa has grown an average of about 5% for a decade. there's lots of opportunities there. we have private capital growing. china has grown 9.9%. it depends how you look at the world, but there are great opportunities, but they have to be seized, and we have to figure out how developed and emerging markets were together in a different way than they did in the past. bob, another news item getting a lot of justified attention is the food crisis in eastern africa, where 11 million people are at some risk in the current drought. this is everything from research on seats, including different conditions of climate change and drought and
the first modern recorded use of fingerprints. it happened in india. when a british magistrate began using fingerprints as a scare tactics for important documents. the idea folks would be less likely to lie about their signatures if it came along with a print. the plan apparently worked. but it would take more than three decades for fingerprints to make the jump to criminal justice. in fact, police in argentina were the first to use fingerprints as a way to solve crimes. these days we still use prints as well as d.n.a. and eye scans and all the rest for i.d. the ink first pit hit the paper 35 years ago today. here is what is really happening. what's really happening is speaker boehner is worried because he needs to pass this bill. not that it's going to ever do anything. it won't. it won't happen in the senate. he needs to pass something. so they are twisting arms. oh to be a fly on the wall as the whip is trying to get these votes. then there is the senate. their vote will be next. it won't pass either. then a plan c comes together, it will be some sort of combination of the two plans wit
news international for an explanation it was actually a problem with the -- with our spliers in india and there was no such retrieval. >> have you had any contact with andy coulson during the sheridan case? >> during the sheridan case? >> i think andy was -- andy coulson was in downing street during the sheridan case. so i would have had some contact. >> no direct contact, no emails or letters? >> i said i would have had contact. >> there are no emails just a conversation? >> it would have been manly to do with work, but by email or by telephone. >> just a couple more questions. why would the news of the world, why were you paying andy coulson's legal fees and mull kair's legal fees? >> as i understand it, i know james murdoch addressed this, when andy coulson left the news of the world, he had an agreement that all matters relating to this his legal fees were paid. and i think the same for clive goodman. on glen mullclaire, i think it was when his legal fees would be paid when he was a codefendant in these civil cases. >> are you aware of any payment to police officers? >> no. >> non
as opped to fundamentals. the emerging markets, developing markets, gynea-- china, brazil, india all have better growth prospects in terms of a rather underdeveloped consumer sector and the ability to grow from that standpoint versus the developed markets. in addition they have trillions of dollars worth of reserves whereas the developed countries are in hawk to those nations so from those standpoints the developing countries are in much better shape going forward over the next five to ten years as opposed to the developed. >> gillian? >> onef the most interesting things that moodies said this week when it gave warning that it might downgrade the u.s. debt fm aaa was that it was leaving the ratings of companies, large american companies unchanged. and essentially the underlying, somethg you are already seeing in market prices where in the markets right now the risk attacks to sereign debt is actually higher than some of the big, solid american companies or similar patent in europe as well. and that's very unusual. but essentially what moodies was saying and what you are seeing in the mark
in poorer countries like india or mexico. in face to face interviews with nearly 90,000 people around the world, researchers found that on average, 15% of those in wealthier nations have suffered depression at some point in their lives. that's versus just 11% in lower income countries. here with more on the study is psychiatrist dr. game salts. can you tell me why people in wealthier nations seem more prone to depression? >> we can only hypothesize. the study didn't look for the reasons. why i think a few thing we could conjecture, in poorer nations, first of all, it is more typical to turn to family. if you think about it, in poorer nations, families often live together in close circle them do a lot of the childcare. they do a lot of the marital advice. and we know that actually, close family and social supports are protective against depression. additionally in poorer nations, often people are more turning to religion, spirituality. that also is viewed as protective against depression. and on the contrary side, in terms of more affluent nations, there are greater expectations. in th
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mourners are gathering at burial grounds in mumbai, india to pay their final respects to the 18 people killed in yesterday's gruesome triple bombing. indian authorities are looking into "every possible hostile group" as they look for the culprits responsible for the attack. a top government official says the ieds in the blast show a certain degree of sophistication. security cameras are being analyzed for any and all clues. >>> foreclosure filings fell dramatically during the first half of the year but only because of processing delays at the banks. the skewed numbers falsely raise hopes. the housing market is staging a recovery. realty track which keeps data about foreclosures say the delays extend the time to clear the housing market supply of distressed homes which pulls down the prices of others. >>> in every election season there are interesting moments you don't want to miss out on. independence day, a polite but unexpected day two men fighting for the gop nomination but also moments embarrassing and sometimes crippling to a campaign, ask former virginia senator george allen. >>
are used to this in the united states, but in china and india, if we have not had this information. this information can lead to some of the panic and volatility situations. rather than try to control prices, which is not going to work, it makes sense to focus on those most vulnerable and most in need tariff one of the things we started to learn at the bank after the 1997 financial crisis in east asia and latin america is that the macro economics to about -- stability was not enough. if you could lose a generation that you do not have the appropriate food and nutrition. literally a generation, because it could affect the potential of children to reach potential. we have been working with developing countries at different stages of development on basic safety net programs. just to give you one, the people know pretty well, mexico started something, conditional programs. they go to the 15% most needy and on the condition that people send their children to school and people get health checkups, probably doing more for women's health that in mexico than anything else in the history of
in this room that care about india/u.s. relationships when it comes to aviation which, by the way, is pretty good. anybody else on this subject? >> yes, on the aviation subject, sir. >> okay. >> to what extent do you think it has been caught up in the tone and the rough-and-tumble of the overall debt ceiling aspect? >> you know, that's a good question. i don't happen to believe it has. because when i've talked to members of congress, particularly those that are in leadership, this really is, i think, some people's way of saying that these two issues that i mentioned, the eas, the essential air service and the union provision, they want to get to those. they want to get them solved. i think it can be done with a clean bill, another extension, i think it could be done very quickly with the discussions i've had with people in leadership in the house and senate, and i really hope that will happen. >> well, given the current situation, is there any hope that your issue is going to be handled before they deal with the debt ceiling issue? >> we've been listening to secretary ray lahood, transportat
with listerine®. >>> 11 people in india were mauled by a wild leopard that wandered into their village. it was caught on camera. the leopard terrorized the town, attacking villagers and wildlife. officials before it was eventually tranquilized and brought under control. the cat died a few hours later from injuries sustained in the face-off and the people attacked are all recovering. >>> incredible x-ray images of a florida boy's brain with a pellet lodged inside it. close call for tommy gallagher, whose brother accidentally shot him in the head. tom tommy's doctors decided to leave the pellet there rather than try a risky operation. he's in rehab to regain control of his arm and leg. >>> if you needed more proof of how bad this heat wave is, it's so hot in minnesota's twin cities, you can literally bake cookies on the car dashboard. 96 degrees outside yesterday, 105 if you factor in the humidity, and out in the hot sun, temperatures could hit 130 degrees inside a closed car. not as hot as the home oven but enough to turn this batch golden brown. >>> al qaeda has a new plan to recruit c
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